History Disney / RobinHood

30th Apr '16 8:11:50 AM NB2000
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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.

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This movie was the first in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that was made completely independent of Walt Disney, who had died in 1966 - ''Disney/TheAristocats'' was personally greenlit by Walt. The studio was suffering financially during its production, resulting in plenty of recycled animation from a multitude of films.[[note]]This makes it one of the more economical entries in the Disney Animated Canon[[/note]] [[DrinkingGame Take a shot]] when you notice recycled animation. This is also noteworthy of being one of three Disney Animated Features outside the package films of the 40s to feature exclusively anthropomorphic characters; the next one was ''Disney/ChickenLittle'', and the third one is 2016's ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}''.
27th Apr '16 12:03:23 PM Warwolf
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*** Furthermore, it was ''Richard'' who bankrupted England - not he even cared for the place anyway - and aside from his spending, his ransom didn't help either, which was about the equivalent of the country's GDP for a ''year''.

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*** Furthermore, it was ''Richard'' who bankrupted England - not that he even cared for the place anyway - and aside from his spending, his ransom didn't help either, which was about the equivalent of the country's GDP for a ''year''.
19th Apr '16 4:49:10 PM JamesAustin
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->''"You know, there's been a heap o' legends and tall tales about Myth/RobinHood -- all different too. Well, we folks in the animal kingdom have our own version -- it's the story of what ''really'' happened in Sherwood Forest."''\\
-- Alan-a-Dale's OpeningNarration

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->''"You know, there's been a heap o' legends and tall tales about Myth/RobinHood -- all different too. Well, we folks in the animal kingdom have our own version -- it's the story of what ''really'' happened in Sherwood Forest."''\\
-- Alan-a-Dale's
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-->--'''Alan-a-Dale's'''
OpeningNarration
15th Apr '16 6:05:58 PM luiz4200
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* ThePardon: The epilogue shows a "Pardoned by Order of King Richard" sign covering Robin Hood's wanted poster.
6th Apr '16 4:46:26 AM ChilledXSocks
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: If the original ending under WhatMightHaveBeen had been used, Robin's comment about "That one almost had my name on it" would have been a lot more significant in the beginning.

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If the original ending under WhatMightHaveBeen had been used, Robin's comment about "That one almost had my name on it" would have been a lot more significant in the beginning.beginning.
** During the TheVillainSucksSong "The Phony King of England", Little John sings the lyrics "we'll find a way to make him pay and steal our money back". That's exactly what happens during the jailbreak - Robin Hood steals Prince John's taxes and sends them over to Little John and Friar Tuck as they bust the townspeople out of prison.
3rd Apr '16 10:32:53 AM Addicted94
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* DarkerAndEdgier: The overall film is light-hearted and comedic... until the third act of the film where the Sheriff arrests all of the villagers of Nottingham including the children. Yes, all of them. Also, there are some violent moments particularly with Prince John such as planning to hang Friar Tuck by using him as bait to capture Robin Hood.


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* LighterAndSofter: Considering it's an adaptation of the legend, it's very comedic and only has some cute cuddly animals.
30th Mar '16 11:50:55 AM ChilledXSocks
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* SmugSnake: All of the villains are pompous and nasty, though Sir Hiss is notable for being a literal example.

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* SmugSnake: All of the villains are pompous and nasty, though Sir Hiss is notable for being a literal example.example, even providing the picture on the trope page.
17th Mar '16 4:46:07 PM ChilledXSocks
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** ''Do not'' take money from the poor box in front of Friar Tuck.

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** ''Do Stealing from the poor in front of Friar Tuck is already a bad enough idea in and of itself, but you really ''do not'' want to take money from the poor box in front of Friar Tuck.''in his own church'' while he's watching. [[BadassPreacher He won't take it well at all.]]
17th Mar '16 4:32:56 PM ChilledXSocks
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* SimpleStaff: Both Little John and Friar Tuck are shown to be proficient in fighting with a quarterstaff.
7th Feb '16 1:41:41 PM GrammarNavi
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* TheDarkAgeOfAnimation: With all of the LimitedAnimation and its perceived use of the AnimationAgeGhetto trope, this is clearly the feature that best represents the era's effects on Disney animation.

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* TheDarkAgeOfAnimation: UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation: With all of the LimitedAnimation and its perceived use of the AnimationAgeGhetto trope, this is clearly the feature that best represents the era's effects on Disney animation.
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